Everyone might have noticed a small hole somewhere around the eject button of a CD/DVD drive. What’s that?

Yes, you got it right. It is called Emergency eject hole or manual eject hole. In cases where your CD/DVD struct inside the drive and the eject button is not working or drive is showing some unusual behaviour, you can manually eject the CD/DVD. It can also be useful in cases where you just turned of your system but forgot to eject the drive. In such case also instead restarting your PC just us this easy method?

So how to eject CD/DVD manually?

In order to eject the CD/DVD manually, take safety pin or something that is this much thin and strong enough and gently push it inside the hole … Done, enjoy your CD πŸ˜› .

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